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The Quietly Visible Podcast aims to inform and inspire introverted women who are senior leaders (or aspiring leaders) to be leaders of influence and impact whilst living their best lives. It is for introverted women who want to thrive as leaders and in life. Join Carol Stewart, The Coach for High Achieving Introverted Women and guests, as they share insights from their personal experience, or that which falls within their area of expertise.

Quietly Visible Carol Stewart

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The Quietly Visible Podcast aims to inform and inspire introverted women who are senior leaders (or aspiring leaders) to be leaders of influence and impact whilst living their best lives. It is for introverted women who want to thrive as leaders and in life. Join Carol Stewart, The Coach for High Achieving Introverted Women and guests, as they share insights from their personal experience, or that which falls within their area of expertise.

    How to Give Negative (Constructive) Feedback if You Find it Difficult to Do So

    How to Give Negative (Constructive) Feedback if You Find it Difficult to Do So

    I often coach leaders for who giving negative feedback is challenging. This is often because they are fearful of how the other person will respond. It could be because they worry about upsetting and hurting the other person, or if the other person has a domineering personality, they are worried about how they will react.



    Sometimes cultural issues can be at the root of not doing it, for example where the person giving feedback is much younger than the person they need to give feedback to.



    It is important that leaders give their team members regular feedback whether it is good or bad and in this episode, I discuss how you can do this.

    • 22 min
    The Importance of Visibility and Self Promotion for Introverted Leaders, and How to Do it Well

    The Importance of Visibility and Self Promotion for Introverted Leaders, and How to Do it Well

    You don't need to be loud to stand out as a leader, but you do need to have presence, and to be visible.

    Many of the activities associated with visibility and self-promotion don't come naturally to introverts. Given that research shows that extraverted employees get more opportunities at work because their performance is more visible, introverted leaders should look to raise their visibility and to self-promote, in order that they get access to opportunities, and increase their influence and impact as well.

    In this episode I talk about how you can do this, and do it in ways which feel authentic.



    You can find out more about the first-ever conference for introverted leaders at https://introvertedleadersconference.eventbrite.co.uk



    Take the Confidence, Influence, and Impact Assessment at https://aboundingsolutions.com/taketheimpactassessment/

    • 30 min
    Is Unshakeable Confidence Possible for Introverted Women Leaders

    Is Unshakeable Confidence Possible for Introverted Women Leaders

    Is unshakeable confidence a reality and something possible to achieve? Or is confidence something that ebbs and flows?



    In this discuss this and share tips to help you feel more confident as a leader.



    Details for the first ever conference for introverted leaders taking place in London on 13 September can be found at https://introvertedleadersconference.eventbrite.co.uk

    • 20 min
    How Do You Manage Being Introverted and a Woman in an Environment Dominated by Extraverted Men

    How Do You Manage Being Introverted and a Woman in an Environment Dominated by Extraverted Men

    As a woman leader in a male dominated environment, you can face many challenges. This is particularly so if it is historically a profession dominated by men. In such organisations, women face increased gender based discrimination and harassment. Add to that being an
    introverted woman in an extraverted environment, it can make it even more challenging.

    How to manage this is the topic of this episode.



    To find out more about Quietly Visible: The Introverted Leaders Conference taking place on 13 September 2024, go to https://bit.ly/4djWJph.

    • 19 min
    Thriving as an Introverted Woman Leader in a Male-Dominated Field

    Thriving as an Introverted Woman Leader in a Male-Dominated Field

    Welcome to another empowering episode of the Quietly Visible podcast, hosted by Carol Stewart, founder of Abounding Solutions and author of Quietly Visible: Leading with Influence and Impact as an Introverted Woman. In this episode, we delve into the unique challenges and triumphs of being a woman in a male-dominated environment.

    Our guest is Dr. Jaclyn Tomsic, a distinguished oral and maxillofacial surgeon from Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Tomsic shares her journey into the world of oral surgery, a field traditionally dominated by men. She discusses the barriers she has faced, from gaslighting and the pervasive 'good old boys club' to daily struggles of being perceived as less competent due to her gender.

    Dr. Tomsic offers invaluable insights on overcoming these challenges, emphasising the importance of a strong support system, prioritising mental health, and leveraging social media for professional visibility. She also highlights the significance of mentorship and forming networks with other women in the field.

    About Dr.Jaclyn Tomsic



    An Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon out of Cleveland, Ohio specializing in topics such as: Wisdom teeth, Dental Implants, Corrective Jaw Surgery, Facial Cosmetic Surgery, Anesthesia, Snoring and Sleep Apnea, The Temporo-M and ibular Joint (TMJ), OralCancer, Implants, and Treating and Preventing Facial Injury.



    Website: https://www.jaclyntomsic.com/

    SocialMedia: https://www.instagram.com/doctorjacci/

    • 31 min
    Dealing With a Toxic Work Environment

    Dealing With a Toxic Work Environment

    Working in a toxic work environment can chip away at your self-esteem, self-confidence, and resilience. It can lead to working excessive hours, a lack of boundaries and leave you feeling stressed and exhausted.



    Some people don't even realise that the environment is the issue and think that the problem is them.



    In this episode I talk about the dangers of working in a toxic environment, and share tips and advice on how you can address it.

    • 20 min

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